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Child Custody and Visitation



The state of New York highly values quality time spent between children and their parents, even when the parents are no longer married. Having an experienced child visitation lawyer on your side can make the difference between a continued relationship with your children and not spending enough time with them. The legal team at The Law Offices of Karl Brodzansky offers free case evaluations to help clients begin building a case strategy.




Parents who do not receive custody of their children during divorce proceedings may be entitled to visitation rights. Visitation is often granted when sole custody is given to one party rather than the couple agreeing to or the court awarding joint custody.

A schedule can be made that establishes a specific visitation plan, which may include:

  • Alternating weekends

  • Regular weekend visits

  • Overnight visits

  • Longer stays

With a strong presentation of relevant facts, you will likely be able to receive a positive case outcome that allows you to maintain a relationship with your child or children. Contact the Garden City divorce attorneys today for knowledgeable assistance pursuing visitation rights with your child.




There may come a time where the existing child visitation order needs to be revised and updated. If your situation has changed or you have improved your situation and may be entitled to longer and unsupervised visitation, a modification may be permitted. The family court judge has the legal authority to determine whether a visitation order can be modified.

Some of the reasons for a visitation modification to be approved include:

  • Relocation

  • Employment schedule change

  • Increased guidance for the child from a parent

The Law Offices of Karl Brodzansky has more than 30 years of experience handling a wide range of family law cases involving the pursuit and / or protection of a relationship between a parent and his or her children. Obtain quality assistance today!

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